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Ecce Romani Ch 19

Chapter 19 Vocabulary (page 149)

TermDefinition
intraverunt they entered (or) they have entered
ceno, cenare to dine, eat dinner
cena, -ae, f. dinner
vobis for y'all (2nd person, plural pronoun)
iussit he/she ordered (or) he/she has ordered
iubeo, iubere, iussi, iussus to order (notice the 3rd principal part)
duxit he/she led (or) he she has led
duco, ducere, duxi, ductus to lead
lectus, -i, m., bed or couch
hic lectus this bed
sordidus, -a, -um dirty
rem explicare to explain the situation
melior better
tibi for you (singular)
esurio, esurire to be hungry
cubitum ire to go to bed
valde very, very much, exceedingly
ierunt they went (or) they have gone
eo, ire, ii (or) ivi, iturus to go
vigilo, vigilare to stay awake, stay up
Created by: Mr. Lynch